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Here's the build I ended up with

Here is the exact build I ended up with except I only payed $1425 for everything at Micro Center.

http://pcpartpicker.com/user/Jones586/saved/PH7G3C

Thanks everyone for the help, turned out to be easier than I had thought to build it myself.

Now all I need to do is get more storage. Should I just add a regular HDD or should I get SSD?

Also every time I reboot my USB WiFi receiver disconnects, I unplug it and plug it back in and it works fine. Anyone know why this is?

Thanks again.
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  1. What is your budget for storage?
    Because you may be able to buy an SSD and a HDD. :P
  2. LukaBoki said:
    What is your budget for storage?
    Because you may be able to buy an SSD and a HDD. :P


    If it's worth it I can spend but I don't want to spend if it's only going to make a small difference. Since Windows loads up on the SSD I wouldn't think I need SSD for games and other things that I would add to an HDD.
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    Jones586 said:
    LukaBoki said:
    What is your budget for storage?
    Because you may be able to buy an SSD and a HDD. :P


    If it's worth it I can spend but I don't want to spend if it's only going to make a small difference. Since Windows loads up on the SSD I wouldn't think I need SSD for games and other things that I would add to an HDD.


    SSDs are much faster than HDDs.
    If you don't want an SSD,then just get a regular 1TB HDD,like a Seagate Barracuda 1TB HDD.Should do the job.
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